Local Parties in Political and Organizational Perspective

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1.1 Environmental conditions facilitating and inhibiting intraparty autonomy of local sections19
2.1 Percentage of mayors claiming party membership by country50
2.2 Estimates of strong party index62
2.3 Estimates of group responsiveness67
2.4 Estimates of mayor's willingness to make unpopular decisions68
4.1 Party contestation and the fate of independent councillors, 1973-1991102
4.2 Structure of party competition in London borough elections, 1971-1994103
4.3 Party competition in metropolitan elections, 1973-1994104
4.4 Party competition in English shire elections, 1973-1994106
4.5 Percentage of the electorate able to vote for party candidate108
4.6 Vote share in London borough elections, 1964-1994111
4.7 Vote share in metropolitan elections, 1973-1994113
4.8 Share of vote in English shire elections, 1973-1994113
4.9 Party systems in local government116
4.10 Percentage votes and seats won in London elections, 1964-1994117
4.11 Share of votes and seats in metropolitan elections, 1973-1994119
4.12 Share of seats in English shire elections, 1973-1994120
4.13 Party strength in local government, 1973-1994120
5.1 Question: What in your opinion was decisive in your election to the local council?139
5.2 Party representation in Limbach141
5.3 Party representation in Meisenheim141
5.4 Party representation in Netphen142

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